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of don frank. and this is the president was not in denver. i thought he spent too much time shooting bass cats rather than prepping for this thing. we saw it. he offered up routine rogue talking point thing that's people were sitting there saying do you know what? this doesn't jive with what i've just seen happen with these two men on the stage. >> and rnc chair predicting the president would make excuses because he can't defined his record. he joins us from denver, good evening mr. chairman. tell me have you spoken to governor romney since the debate? >> i. i can tell you he was smiling and happy with how things went tonight. tonight was a historical night. and this is a sense that that is shocking. the performance but there is a problem for governor and drk-excuse me, the president, mitt romney was ready, and prepared. and he was ten yaishis and respectful. the president meandering. i think he left his heart back in washington, d.c.. he was boring and wasn't prepared for the president it was unbelievable for the wrong reasons for governor romney this was a night i think expired this con
frank, wall street reform, but we don't know exactly which ones. he won't tell us, he now says he's going to replace obamacare and assure the good things in it are going to be in there, and you don't have to worry. and at some point, i think, the american people have to ask themselves is the reason that governor romney is keeping all of these plans to replace secret because they're too good? is it because that somehow middle class families are going to benefit too much from them? >> jason, the president have a point? >> well, romney know have not been specific and some of us have been urging him on the tax issue. he was very specific on the tax issue. >> he was specific in repudiating obama tax plan thought did he an excellent job of that. the president has been relying on a report that has been debunked left and right by people about how romney wants to raise taxes on the middle class in order to pay for tax cuts for the wealthy. he rebutted that very effectively i thought. but i would also like to see more details. >> paul: he gave a couple of details in regard to, for example,
don't realize but frank is actually 7- 1/2 feet tall. that's why you can see him there in the crowd. >> right now he's feeling like he's 7-1/2 feet tall. >> pablo waving to the crowd there. when the pablo, the panda hats came out, dennis, that was something new in baseball. we hadn't seen too much of that, and i don't recall any other team having that kind of animal hat, something you could buy at the ballpark and wear to the game. it was kind of revolutionary when it came out in 2010. >> the thing about panda and i think this comes through with the fans, is he just enjoys playing baseball. he doesn't take it too seriously. he's a lot of frivolity from him in the giants clubhouse. you can see the way he plays baseball and similar to this guy right here, this guy in some ways is -- is a fan favorite, just because of the way he carries himself. >> yeah, of course with sergio romo right there going by waving, sanchez and what a role he played when posey needed a rest. you had to bring in a back-up catcher. >> i'll say this about brian wilson, he was always there this year. he didn't ju
're going to do to replace dodd-frank. >> don't keep a secret. he did not produce. lou: the only thing i actually heard the president's taken i did not hear him say what you just said, by the way. i heard and basically say that if you have a secret it because you don't want it to be heard because it's too good. >> i have heard debate contrivances like that tie just as you have over the course of our career. governor romney was hitting him with fact, programs, and he kept coming back to this $5 trillion tax cut. i can't find that anywhere. can you? >> she has been saying he wants to extend the bush tax cuts. he wants to give tax cuts to people over to -- 250. repeal the estate tax and he said he also wants to increase spending for the defense industry. so i don't -- it's right there. this is what he has been running on. he says this will spark economic revival. >> so we don't know is what the president will run on. lou: we do know. he has to run on his record. what he has done is not deliver on cutting the deficit. what he has done is create over $5 trillion in deficits. and a debt of $16
is you don't see frank in the corner asking the cat what he thinks. oh, i'm sorry. are you close with him, frank? governor, did you like anything you heard? >> no, i didn't. i ran two campaigns for governor where i did not mention my opponent in print, radio or television. i think people are hungry to elect a leader. i thought it was ?ieping. it was not what i am going to do as president, but what this guy does and it is horrible. >> i think we found out why you will never be president. you will never mention the other candidate and will not snipe. >> it is fair enough debate. but 82,000 negative ads by romney against obama. obama is the same over the last month? come on. we are hoping gree to vote for somebody -- we are hungry to vote for somebody. >> i am hungry for snipes. >> tucker, try to ignore bill. did obama win or was it because he just came off delivering the worst performance in debate history? >> you know, he won among journalists on twitter. that is the whole world. by the way, twitter is the most distorting social medium. it is the most distorting fact of journalism. everybo
. >> it is all packed down. you know what, anything you do to corporate america hits my wallit. dodd-frank hits my wallet. wayne said we don't have a comprehensive energy policy. gas prices affect my wallet. nothing is contained. my costs are not contained in the last four years and that is an indirect tax. >> exactly john layfield always say it about the energy policy. but wayne, here is the thing. higher gasoline prices and especially in california, all of that is affecting the middle class and not getting better. it is getting worse over the last several months. >> that's true . tracey mentioned something that is more outrageous. dodd-frank. and congress did not read the bill and have to pass it. this is a friend of mine who applied at a loan in a community bank and here was the response. the guy said here, the interest rate will be prime plus two percent and loan can be said. we will need current financial . finally saying. these terms will be subject to approved by the fdic. the banker is not approved the loan. fdic is the person approving the loan. that is outrageous. >> what is bringing
frank sinatra on aing very glass lounge state. you can't -- don't treat her like an idiot, don't treat her like a girl. all how you hold back. this debate is not like that. this debate i can go at this guy hard on policy and his inclination was to do that before the president's problem in denver, inclination is double that i don't mean personally, he's going to be very substantive and very much driven by numbers and policy contrasts. >> the policy issues are going to be forefrontier because for two years before romney was on the scene, obama was using the ryan budget as his foil, as the stand-in for the eventual republican candidate. why? because it slashes a lot of things that the public likes in terms of education, health research, and it changes medicare, gets rid of the medicare guarantee, makes medicaid more difficult and you're going to see biden be both the pop pew his scrappy guy but the smart fellow from the senate hearings who know the facts and say listen, you tell me you want my 80-year-old granny to start choosing between different, you know, insurance companies when she's
. no, i don't think -- frank ly, don't think either of them did anything -- not that she would allow it -- that would be -- i pity the fool who tries to run ramshot over candy crowley. i think it was fine. >> okay. so we all agree on something. ana navaro, maria cardona, thank you so much. >> thank you. >> you're well kochlt. we're not done with our discussion of last night's debate. in the next hour, members of our middle class talk back. we'll see if the candidates changed their minds because two of those middle class voters are undecided. squlooirks about once a month. last time i was at a gas station was about...i would say... two months ago. i very rarely put gas in my chevy volt. i go to the gas station such a small amount that i forget how to put gas in my car. [ male announcer ] and it's not just these owners giving the volt high praise. volt received the j.d. power and associates appeal award two years in a row. ♪ . >>> the decision you make in college in choosing your major could end up costing you millions of dollars over your lifetime. new stats on degrees that earned t
watch that? there were half an hour of referencing dodd/frank, some people don't know what dodd/frank is. some people may think that's a guy named dodd frank. >> i thought the same thing. there were a couple -- the same with bowles-simpson. long discussions were, i guess, music to ears of dorks like us. if you're a regular person -- >> not music to my ears. >> -- living your wife, a persuadable voter do you know what the conversation is? that's why the style points matter. >> look what happens, every time we have debate season, out come the stories that talk about the big moments in debate history. there really are five. at the end of the day, you have to go back to the '60s to get to the big moments, right? we can all name them. all of them except for ford saying that poland didn't need to be liberated or whatever, they're all on style, not substance, which is why it matters what happened last night. >> it's not style, it's emotional. it's feeling. and i think that that's the -- that's the part about obama that i thought was the most lacking. it wasn't about -- yes, it was wonky, got in
, don't go barney frank on me here, okay? i think this debate is one more piece of evidence that we live in an entertainment culture. "new york times" covered this. the l.a. times, the "wall street journal," the "washington post," rolling stone, the guardian over in england covered this. by the way, they called you a right wing blow hard. >> bill: what a shock. the communist paper, you got to identify it, that's as far left as you get. >> far left paper, no question. web sites all around the world covered this. and i think they covered it because you two, you and jon stewart, put on a good show and the media loves a good show, because you bring in an audience and he brings in an audience and all these other news organizations want to play off your coat tails and get hits on their web site and increase circulation, you know, however they cover this thing. so i think even if two intellectual giants like william f. buck complete gore have i dahl were still -- vidal with were us and had a big debate t wouldn't get as much debate as you and jon stewart got. i'm just saying, all right? the sec
're not in sweats -- >> they say you are what you wear, really? >> i don't think so. >> frank is a track suit now. and that's not fair, because the man is gorgeous. he looks darn good in it i just want him to get a new one. >> he looks great in it. all right, what grosses men out about women. this is important. >> total double standard. >> they don't like when women burp or pass gas. they hate it. they think it's the worst kind of personal hygiene. guys can do it and it's funny. as we found out yesterday, we had one of those webcasting videos sara did. there's a guy who's actually selling a pooter. watch how everyone got such a kick out of this guy. >> he sells these things. [ laughter ] >> all day long. >> my favorite is the leg lift. oh, my gosh. sorry, it's so juvenile of him, but let's do it again. >> guys do hate when women do that. >> women who don't wash their hands when they come back from the ladies room. >> another one, dirty talk in bed. >> men love that, apparently. >> men love that. >> that's what the survey says. >> survey says. all right, we have a rap on youtube or something like
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to replace dodd-frank, wall street reform but we don't know exactly which ones. he won't tell us. he now says he'll replace obama care and assure all the good things in it will be in there, and you don't have to worry. >> frank this seems to be getting at the point that david axelrod and david plouffe were making after the debate in trying to spin this is that romney is a secret guy, he won't tell you what he's going to do when he gets rid of obama care or what he's going to do on taxes but did obama effectively make that case? >> he made the case. and that was one of the rare case where the republicans were dialing him at a 60 which is a relatively positive. the difference here is when mitt romney talked and almost all the dials these weak republicans or weak democrats moved together. when barack obama talked and they are all undecided voters much greater split in the response. so it was obama who was most polarizing and the key to this election in that debate is for mitt romney to bring those weak republicans back into his camp, people who he's lost over the last 30 days and then start to m
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. don't miss barney frank and meredith whitney coming up on the "closing bell." the dow jones industrial average right now flat on the session. a lot of movement but not much change from where we began, actually. nasdaq composite looks like this. once again seeing selling there as you see the nasdaq down just a fraction. really steady today. the s&p 500, similar chart pattern with a flat showing there as well. no surprise from the latest announcement from the federal reserve. leaving interest rates unchanged saying the economy is limping along but going in the right direction. the fed pretty much took a breather after last month's big policy moves. >> as anticipated. but will the fed make any bold moves after the election? they have a meeting coming up in december. we have our team of experts with their reaction looking ahead as well. joining us from the buttonwood gathering here in new york. gentlemen, good to see you all. greg, i guess no surprise, but how much of this is, you know, leaving things almost precisely as what they said and did in september? how much of that is their view o
challenger allow the death warrant. in about 50 minutes, frank don katella on the mummy-writing campaign. david corn on the hidden video of mitt romney making the 47% comment. health care reporter at lake elkridge on the future of medicare. host: congress is not in a formal session but the house oversight and for remote reform committee will meet today to the to the security situations leading up to the attacks in libya. the state put out a rise, about the attacks that, according to "the washington times" were prompted by a car to and from the prophet muhammed. the supreme court is in full swing cases on affirmative action. we have more from adam to tell us about the case. you had a cover story yesterday in "the new york times" featuring abigail fisher. who is she and what is this case about? guest: she is a young white woman from texas, it was turned down, and she was sued, saying her race was held against her. that gives rise to a major affirmative action case question of whether public colleges and universities can take race into account in fashioning their student bodies to make sure
against the wind but just happy that we don't have wind because frank grew up here. i grew up here, gasia grew up here and boy, i know how nasty october can be when you get those winds. with this kind of heat and humidity. i say it over and over but this would be a different newscast if we had those winds. we don't have that, so it's good news. >>> certainly you've heard that two heads are better than one. why two aspiring astronomers from the bay area are certainly hoping that's true tonight. >>> the number of teenagers who drink and drive is on the decline. the number of teens decreased 54% between 1991 and 2011. that is according to findings based on data from a new study from the centers for disease control. >>> two bay area brothers are in the national spotlight for their amateur astronomy project. they are among the finalists of presenting their ideas in a competition in washington, d.c. $50,000 is up for grabs. it encouraging middle schoolers to pursue science and engineering using only digital cameras and telescopes, they studied the brightens of stars and how it varies over times
by with obama care and all those regulations. they don't know how they can comply withed to frank. they don't know how they are really going to make their business grow, so they're holding back their money. i don't know about foreign countries. they're holding back their money because they have an uncertain environment because of policies by this administration. >> and the federal reserve? >> and of course the federal reserve. how many times are we going to ease? does that small businessman in arizona have free money? no, he doesn't. he or she doesn't. so i think that's wrong. it's fine for jamie dimon to have free money, but why shouldn't other sectors? >> so senator mccain criticizes the fed, blames to some extent for the economy's poor performance. what's your view? >> the fed hasn't had that many policy choices. obviously they can't lower interest rates any further. the real sense is to say what else would you have done. you could have just not done the quantitative easing. none of us knows what would have happened to the u.s. economy, but i think there's a pair suspicion that it would
attacking a restaurant. >> what's going on? i don't know. >> i like frank's line. deers gone wild. i was going to say i think you have tossed to that story before me in the past in the last several weeks. thanks. >>> let's go live to the bay bridge toll plaza. it is "friday light" this morning. it looks great. pretty much everywhere you go, there are some areas of roadwork but not too much. and as you can see, this is easy breezy heading into san francisco. no roadwork at all across the upper deck heading into san francisco. on the maps we'll show you where you may find a couple of brake lights. improvement on the eastbound lanes of 84 crossing the dumbarton bridge. again, it's just so early, typically we see lighter traffic conditions on friday anyway so things actually look knock both directions. westbound 580 through the altamont pass, we're just now starting to see a little bit of changing color on our sensors meaning some of those speeds the yellow ones are now below 40 miles per hour. drive time 15 minutes to the dublin interchange. we have cameras everywhere this morning. if y
can't stand whining. i apld her frank respon. i don't likehining. for example, when fat people blame the condition on thyroid. by the way the camera does add 50 pounds. it's true. back to i will had. for women it could put this democratic tiet in hell. not th best timing since team romney-ryan have been getting "fa and furious" with females. after being thrown under the bus on libya as somee it, is hillary clinton getting away as fas as she can from at bus as some w increasingly see it? we are on it. state department saying that clinton's comments were taken out of context. i actually have the full interview here. i will delve into it more. i don't think they were tan out of context. tea party activist is here and saying this is damage to the president and it is done. i don't think she said anything offensive. i think she was just saying we all have to suck up and deal with it. we'll get into the particulaas. if you hear the clips and reaction, you'll think that she was demeaning or ripng women for complaining and that will do enoughamage, rit? >> oh, absolutely neil. yo know, ging
dodds frank said we're going to take care of that. i don't think anybody believes that dodd frank fixed it. >> you say that the problems that we ran into, that created sort of the 1% and what you see, the inequality that exists, and also what it might mean in the long run to our economy began with the deregulation of the reagan administration. >> that probably is the most dramatic moment. and the reagan administration did more than just deregulation. they lowered the taxes on the top. one of the things to remember, several decades after world war ii were decades in which the country grew much faster than it did in the decades after 1980. and the country grew together. every group grew but the bottom grew more than the top. so we-- we grew together. after 1980, we grew most slowly and we grew apart. one of the things is we lowered the tax rates on the top. that increased the divide. and the other one is we deregulated, particularly in the financial sector, continued under clinton, under bush. >> rose: where you were the chairman of the council of economic -- >> i opposed those deregulati
some specifics. >> he says that he's going to replace dodd frank, wall street reform, but we don't know exactly which ones. he won't tell us, he now says's going to replace obamacare and assure all the good things in it are going to be in there and you don't have to worry. and at some point, i think, the american people have to ask themselves is the reason that governor romney is keeping all of these plans to replace secret because they're too good? >> objectiokay, a great line by president obama, it was about ten past the hour in the second hour of the debate. and i was remembering as i was keeping a flow sheet of the debate parking and saying this was the first really good moment that i thought the president had had all night. and i marked it as saying, this is the first time he's really left a mark on mitt romney. now, it wasn't a knockout blow or anything like that, not a knockdown, a moment when he was able to say something that showed that he was actually in denver for the debate because up until that moment, i'm not sure if he was pre-celebrating his anniversary, i don't know. bu
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